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Posted: 11 Nov 18 20:33

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Minnesota. News reporters rushed to the home of Jonathan Smith last Tuesday, after he allegedly told trusted friend and co-worker, Susan Clemens, that he felt he was past his prime as a writer and that it was time to move on with his life. Jonathan, 37, attended 4 years of college and earned a degree in English when he was younger, with the dream that his academic training would propel his car.....

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Posted: 11 Nov 18 20:35 - Edited By: victor nicholas, 11 Nov 18 21:24
A self revealing tale . . .

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Posted: 11 Nov 18 21:37
Brilliant. 5*

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